Salpingitis is inflammation of the fallopian tubes. This condition occurs most often with women who use intra-uterine devices (IUDs). According to the Merck Manual, “The principal pathogen is Neisseria gonorrhoeae; but others, including gram-negative bacilli and gram-positive cocci, as well as Mycoplasma and viruses, are being implicated with increasing frequency. … When salpingitis follows pregnancy or abortion, anaerobic streptococci or staphylococci are usually involved.” This is the medical viewpoint. As students of Life Science, you know that bacteria or viruses do not cause disease even though they may be found associated with these disorders. An extreme case of toxicosis is always the underlying cause.
Acute salpingitis: Severe lower abdominal pain increases progressively with tenderness and discomfort that increases with cervical motion. High fever, leukocytosis, and copius purulent discharge from the cervix are common. The above symptoms are normal bodily responses to abnormal conditions. The body discharges toxic materials via these routes.
Chronic salpingitis may follow an acute episode that has been suppressed by drugs. There may be tubal and pelvic scarring and adhesions, chronic pain, menstrual abnormalities, and, possibly, infertility. An obstructed tube may be filled with toxins. Chronic interstitial salpingitis has reached the sixth stage of disease, enduration, and the tube is enlarged due to the thickened wall.
As you can see, it is not the N. gonorrhoeae bacteria that caused this disease but the accumulation of toxins due to a variety of unhealthful practices. Substitution of these practices with more healthful ones when symptoms first appear will result in health. Do not wait until enduration occurs. At this point health may still be restored after a series of fasts and healthful living between fasts, but you should not let your body deteriorate down to that point.
- 1. Introduction
- 2. The Reproductive System
- 3. Menstruation
- 4. Vulvitis
- 5. Salpingitis
- 6. Menopause
- 7. Carcinomas
- 8. Oral Contraceptives
- 9. Hysterectomy
- 10. Male Infertility
- 11. Prostatic Enlargement
- 12. Abnormalities Of Pregnancy
- 13. Some Reasons For Abnormalities During Pregnancy
- 14. Questions & Answers
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